In March, we’re focusing on Affordability and Excellence: Our efforts to make our top-notch education accessible to everyone in the state.
On February 28, Governor Tony Evers delivered his 2019-21 budget proposal.
The University of Wisconsin has numerous programs, initiatives, and research labs that greatly benefit the health of Wisconsinites all across the state.
Thank you to everyone who signed the letter to Governor-elect Evers in support of UW-Madison and higher education.
The following are UW–Madison alumni currently serving in the US Senate or House of Representatives.
On April 11, 2018, advocates from around the state are meeting with their legislators at the state capitol to let them know they care about UW—Madison and a number of the university’s legislative priorities. Join the movement by reaching out to your representatives!
On March 14, advocates from across the country are meeting with their members of Congress to let them know they care about UW–Madison and a number of issues affecting higher education.
Once a bipartisan issue, support for higher education is now split down party lines with House’s tax reform proposal.
House’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would reduce tax benefits and savings for college students by $65 billion over the next decade.
House and Senate offer differing tax reform plans, with the House’s taking more digs at families and students financing a college education.